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By Tony Ault
Staff Writer 

San Jacinto and Hemet schools increase security measures in wake of national school shootings


Last updated 3/15/2018 at 1:25pm

Shane Gibson

From left, San Jacinto High School senior Nadia Talamantez, San Jacinto High School sophomore Abel Buenrostro and San Jacinto High School Principal Luke Smith, share insights to some of the negative treatment some students receive and suggests ways to promote positivity at the school.

The recent Parkland, Florida, school shootings and a nationwide anti-violence school walkout event planned recently has spurred the superintendents of both San Jacinto and Hemet school districts to announce new security measures being instituted in all schools.

Hemet police and the contracted Riverside County Sheriff's Department are collaborating with the districts in the effort to assure the students in the Hemet/San Jacinto Valley schools of greater security on the campuses. Both school superintendents, Christi Barrett from HUSD and Diane Perez from SJUSD, made public announcements of t...

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